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Whether you’re a generalist, specialist or new to the world of human resources, there are core competencies that every HR professional should know. A Certificate in Human Resources Management gives you the foundation needed for a successful career by providing ways for you to align your HR department to your organization’s goals. The 9 courses within the program are result-oriented and practical, with real-world examples and exercises. By the end of the human resources management certificate, you will have the skills necessary to develop and implement successful HR practices that will help your organization improve its performance through better overall people management. Human resources management topics covered in the program include compensation, labor relations, driving engagement, training and development, employee performance, and more.
- Aligning Employee Performance with Organizational Goals
- Total Rewards Compensation
- Navigating Labor Relations
- Facilitating Staffing Decisions
- Driving Engagement for HR
- Employee Training and Development
- Countering Bias in the Workplace for HR
- Fostering a Coaching Culture
- Consulting Skills for Internal HR
KEY COURSE TAKEAWAYS
- Train managers on how to deliver effective performance feedback, rate employees accurately, and mitigate legal risk
- Recognize and apply elements of the Total Rewards Framework
- Analyze labor relations environments, understanding regulatory and organizational elements and how they affect relationships between management, unions and employees
- Identify effective planning, recruitment, and selection practices to align selection and staffing strategies with business strategies
- Diagnose root causes of suboptimal levels of engagement among different employee groups and identify hypotheses about appropriate solutions
- Choose training methods, technologies and content that are appropriate for the learner population
- Recognize unconscious bias and how it affects the way that people perceive, evaluate, and react to others
- Launch an internal consulting relationship based on a written or verbal contract
WHAT YOU'LL EARN
- Human Resources Management Certificate from Cornell ILR School
- 72 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
- 54 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) toward PHR recertification
- 54 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification
Who should attend
- Global professionals from for-profits, NGOs, and governmental agencies
- Line-level HR professionals with 0-5 years experience
- Aspiring HR professionals
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Linda Barrington is the Associate Dean for Outreach and Sponsored Research in the ILR School at Cornell University. She is also the Executive Director of the Institute for Compensation Studies (ICS), an interdisciplinary initiative in that analyzes, teaches, and communicates broadly abo...
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Christopher J. Collins is an Associate Professor of Human Resource Management and Director of CAHRS in the ILR School at Cornell University. He earned his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.
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John Hausknecht is an associate professor of human resource studies at Cornell University. He earned his Ph.D. in 2003 from Penn State University with a major in industrial/organizational psychology and minor in management. He received the 2004 S. Rains Wallace Award for the best disser...
Lisa Nishii joined the faculty of the Human Resource Studies department at the ILR School, Cornell University after receiving her Ph.D. and M.A. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Maryland, and a B.A in economics from Wellesley College.
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